Today’s Most Popular Stories 09.28.09

Each day, Ashley Estill surfs your sites for the most popular stories of the day. Here are the top headlines for September 28, 2009:

Washington Post: Polanski’s Attorney Says He Will Fight Extradition to U.S.

Washington Times: Liberals seek health-care access for illegals

Washington Examiner: Iran smolders, Afghanistan burns, and Obama heads to…Denmark

N.Y. Times: In Some States, a Push to Ban Mandate on Insurance

L.A. Times: Website upgrade makes it easier to monitor federal stimulus

USA Today: Three teens charged in fatal beating of Chicago student

CQ Politics: Massachusetts Ready To Allow Fill-In Senator

The Hill: Lack of competitive open seats could hinder GOP election gains

Politico: Wall Street money rains on Chuck Schumer

ABC News: Secret Service Probing Facebook Poll That Asked Whether Obama Should Be Killed

CBS News: 140 Lives Claimed by Philippines Flooding

Fox News: Where in the World is Hitler’s Skull?

MSNBC News: Honduras says will restore civil liberties

CNN: Pretty women can be hard to be friends with

Wall Street Journal: New Sanctions Against Iran Seem More Likely

NPR: FBI Probes Seattle Link To Somali Suicide Bombing

Roll Call: Timeline for Senate Health Debate Still Unsettled

National Journal: Merkel’s Re-Election Signals New Era In German Politics

Bloomberg News: U.S. Stocks Advance on Takeovers; Affiliated Computer Surges

Gallup.Com: More Americans Plugged Into Political News